Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

Las Cruces

Pair of Las Cruces men arrested after fleeing police

For the second time in under a week, Las Cruces Police arrested a pair of men after responding to an unrelated call.

Las Cruces Chilitos armed robbery suspects sought

Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information that helps identify the two armed suspects who threatened customers of a popular restaurant and held up the business last November.

PAL Boxing center closes, officials claim temporarily

A war against kids – that’s what one Las Cruces resident claims the city’s actions reflect after temporarily closing down the PAL boxing center. A facility which keeps troubled youth off the streets.

Dona Ana nursing program pushes forward with reaccreditation

Dona Ana Community College educators say they've completed all of the requirements for re-accreditation.

Las Cruces Police continue investigation into officer-involved shooting

UPDATE: Las Cruces Police have now identified the man who was shot by a LCPD officer during an alleged robbery late Friday evening.

Update: Las Cruces teen accused of watching family member in shower surrenders

Julio Barrera, 17, a Las Cruces teen wanted on voyeurism charges and a probation violation, surrendered at a juvenile probation office Friday.

Donna Wagner named interim dean of NMSU College of Health and Social Services

Donna L. Wagner has been named interim dean of the New Mexico State University College of Health and Social Services.

Wrong place, right time?

Las Cruces Police arrested two men after they thought the pair was involved in a domestic disturbance early Wednesday morning, but after investigating, police discovered the two were allegedly involved in a separate shoplifting incident.

Immigration, defense, Washington gridlock headline NMSU’s 2014 Domenici Conference

The issues that dominate today’s news – the debate on immigration reform, the legislative stalemate in Washington and the future of our national defense strategy – are among the pressing state and national policy topics set to

Declining bee population attracts research at NMSU's Los Lunas Ag. Center

Two researchers at New Mexico State University’s Agricultural Science Center at Los Lunas have been working together on the New Mexico Pollinator Project, which aims to test native and non-native plants for their ability to attract and re

New Mexico Hospitals to implement heart disease screening for newborns

New Mexicans are going to start being more vigilant with the health of newborn babies starting August 1, 2014.

Las Cruces Shelter holding off-site pet adoption events

You can now adopt a furry friend as you shop for groceries or at a closer location in Las Cruces! Animal Services Center will facilitate dog, cat, puppy, and kitten adoptions this Saturday, August 2nd.

NMSU names new dean for Honors College

New Mexico State University has selected Miriam Chaiken, a distinguished achievement professor and academic department head of the NMSU Anthropology Department, as the next dean of its Honors College. 

New Mexico HPV vaccine coverage above national average

The New Mexico Department of Health announced today that coverage levels for the three vaccines routinely recommended for adolescent boys and girls increased in 2013.